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Old 07-14-2011, 10:37 AM
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While BlackChrome is fine with his lower boost, he is another data point. 06 with limited boost after the EGR delete was added. There has to be a reason.
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If the port is plugged where the EGR cooler inserts into the manifold, then you should be able to just install the valve and leave it plugged in.
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egr questions awnsered here http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/97...egr-valve.html

remove the plate, reintall the valve and plug it in. looks more stock too.
also you will continue to get p0403 and a check enigne light. odds are it will come on every 2-3 days depending on driving.
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